For decades, Pride Foundation’s Community Grants Program has worked to fuel the work of incredible community organizations throughout the Northwest that are working tirelessly to build a better, safer, and more inclusive world.

Through this program, we fund ideas, projects, and strategies from community organizations that are working to enhance the lives and address the needs of LGBTQ+ youth, adults, and families in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington. 

Pride Foundation’s Community Grants Program operates on an annual cycle, with funds awarded once per year. For more details on timing, check out the timeline below.

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Our 2019 Community Grants application is open May 1st to June 28th

Community Grants Timeline

  • Our Community Grants application is open Wednesday, May 1, 2019 through Friday, June 28, 2019 at 4:00pm AKST/5:00pm PST/6:00pm MST. We unfortunately cannot accept late or incomplete submissions.
  • Throughout May and June, you can learn more by attending 30-minutes Q & A webinars about the Community Grants application and process. Check out our Q&A webinar schedule to find the session that works best for you!
  • All applicants will be notified of grant decisions no later than November 18, 2019 via email and mail, and funds are available to grant recipients immediately after they are notified. 


Our Grantees

Learn more about the impact our grantees are making across the Northwest.

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Every year, hundreds of volunteer grant reviewers make our Community Grants Program possible—are you interested in being our newest volunteer grant reviewer?

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Please don’t hesitate to connect with us. Here are the best contacts based on the region your work is focused in:

Alaska: Katie Carter (she/her)
Idaho: Steve Martin (he/him)
Montana: Kim Leighton (they/them)
Oregon: Kim Sogge (she/her)
Washington: Tylene Carnell (she/her)

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